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Starting with the largest most trusted archive of Jamaican information at The Gleaner, we’ve combed Jamaican society online, offline, by phone and in person to put together diGJamaica.com – all you need to know.  We know there's a lot of information out there which may be confusing and/or difficult to find, and so we've pulled together the most relevant information and presented it in a user-friendly format.  Information you can trust, as always from The Gleaner.

 

 

what + where to diG

data

Divided into categories, the data section has moving charts, graphs and images that help you visualize Jamaica by the numbers.

 

information

This covers everything from the facts about Jamaica (overview), history (our past, 1962), contacts for all major private and public organizations (directories), to important practical information (resources).

 

calendar

All the events local and global Jamaicans want to know about. You can also use our calendar to get directions to a place, and set up a reminder. Think we’ve forgotten something, just add your event.

 

photos 

Our slideshows give take you on a detailed visual tour of Jamaica throughout the ages.

 

 

ways to diG

The best way to start diGging is to explore the site on your own. But there are some cool functions that could use a little explaining:

 

motion charts 

Each data set in the data section has a static image. In the top left hand corner of the box, there is also a tab that says “motion chart”. When you click on this tab, you will be able to see the data grow and change over time by clicking the play arrow in bottom right corner. You can also change the type of chart in the top right hand corner, and track a sepcific value by selecting it on the right hand side.

 

timeline

You can scroll through jamaica’s history using the timeline in the overview section. Click on each point to find out what happened, or jump to a specific date by using the drop-down bar at the top left.  

 

resources

The tables help you find various professionals, you can search them, sort them, and export the contact information.

This should get you started, and remember, when in doubt just use the search bar at the top. Happy diGging!